By: Jillian Lauren
Chronicles of the Weezer Tour 2009
We had a couple of unplanned days off in Cleveland and spent one of them at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with Grandma and Grandpa, who drove in from Toledo. It was more interesting than I expected. I wanted to take every fabulous costume home with me. Tariku was running around and dancing to the music and having a grand ole time, but he was making the security guards a little bit nervous and a few started following us from room to room.
Their vigilance was justified. Tariku turned suddenly, ran under the ropes and made a wild attempt to play John Lennon’s piano. I (with admitted reluctance) pried his little fingers off the ivories while Scott explained to the security guards that we’d leave peacefully and there was no need to 86 us.
Yes, we got kicked out of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. But not before we took this picture with the Weezer W.
I told Tariku we’d be back and they’d be begging him to play that piano.
Just you wait.
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